Personal injury news
30/07/2008

Plymouth motorcycle accident proves fatal for two, hospitalises one.


A motorcycle accident in Plymouth has left two dead and another man with serious personal injury that will take months to recover from.

The crash occurred last Thursday, and the surviving pillion passenger has now been moved out of intensive care. The rider of the bike and the driver of the car involved in the collision both died at the scene.

It has been announced that the road traffic accident victim will spend six weeks in hospital, rather than the two that the doctors had hoped.

His brother told the press, "He's a lot better. They operated on his knee on Saturday.

"He's a lot more comfortable. He was a bit more irritable before.

"The main problem is his pelvis healing. He has a frame around it but he's still in a lot of pain. He's still hurting quite badly."

Aside from a broken pelvis, he has suffered personal injury to his leg and ankle, a large amount of bruising, internal bleeding and damage to his liver and kidneys.

Compensation claims have not been mentioned, but police have issued a request for any witnesses to this motorcycle accident to contact them on 08452 777 444, quoting log number 590.

 

 

 
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